the bull & whistle has been on duval street for decades. the bull & whistle has three bars. on the first floor is an open air bar called the bull. they offer live entertainment day and night. on the second floor is the whistle. i can not give you an objective review in that i have never been upstairs. on the roof there is the garden of eden which is a clothing optional bar. the entrance to the garden of eden is on caroline street. due to my advanced age and physical appearence i gave this bar a pass.
Dress Code: bull & whistle: casual.
garden of eden: none.
The Bull & Whistle is three bars in one. The downstairs bar has live music, the second floor is a little quieter inside and has pool tables and an outside balcony so you can look down on Duval and people watch. The bar on the third floor is The Garden of Eden (see my separate review for info on that bar).
This is a fun place to stop for a drink, and the crowd is a little older than the often college-age crowd in the bars closer to Mallory Square.
Dress Code: No dress code.
The Bull & Whistle Stop Bar is one my favourites in Key West. It's a 3 story building whith 3 completely different atmospheres on each floor.
On the ground floor, you have a the Bull, a nice big bar with live music on the weekends. On the 1st floor, you'll find the Whistle Stop, with a small bar, some pool tables, and a surrounding outside balcony perfect to sit and watch what's going on in Duval St. Last but certainly not least, on the upper floor, the Garden of Eden which is a big open roof top bar, where.... clothers are optional. Yup, that's right. Don't be surprised if some people are comfortably dancing and drinking completely naked there.
Dress Code: REALLY none LOL